No win, no fee - what does it mean?
As specialist head injury solicitors, we understand the practical and emotional difficulties resulting from a head injury. We work on a no win, no fee basis and at our first meeting we will assess whether your head injury claim is strong enough for you to proceed with. We can meet you at your convenience at your home, hospital or at our offices.
We try to assess the need for rehabilitation treatment at the earliest opportunity and to secure funding from the defendant for further treatment. We have an established track record of helping brain injury victims get the treatment and compensation they need and deserve. We have even successfully taken over cases from other head injury solicitors who have failed to give the head injury victim the service they need.
We work closely with specialists from other departments where necessary to ensure that you get the most comprehensive advice and service possible. You may want to think about putting in place a power of attorney or you may need advice and assistance on welfare benefit issues.
We can advise you whatever your circumstances and have specialists experienced in handling both minor and serious head injury cases. In recognition of our head injury specialism, the firm is a member of Headway, the Brain Injury Association’s Personal Injury Solicitors’ List.
Where to seek further advice/help on coping with a head or brain injury
For further advice, support and help on coping with a head or brain injury, visit the Headway charity.
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